Kitchen Table Play & Learn: Activities and Lessons for Building Your Preschooler's Vital Developmental Skills

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McGraw-Hill, Dec 30, 2005 - Education - 259 pages
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Thirty easy ways you can give your children a head start on essential education skills

Kitchen-Table Play & Learn gives you structured yet fun lessons to teach your preschoolers the basics of education at home. These 30 lessons include games and activities that help you hone your children's motor skills, number and letter recognition, logic, and visual discrimination, as well as expose them to math, writing, and reading.

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User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

I need to buy this book , I am so sad to have to return it to the library today :( Read full review

About the author (2005)

Tara Copley holds a degree in elementary education with an emphasis on gifted and talented children. She taught elementary school in the fastest-growing district in San Antonio.

Andrea Custer developed many of the Kitchen-Table Play and Learn activities while raising and teaching her four-year-old daughter.